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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||SINGLE-CELL PROTEIN-QUALITY PRODUCED FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC MATERIALS BY THE ASCOMYCETE CHRYSONILIA-SITOPHILA (TFB-27441 STRAIN)|
|Abstract:||Data are presented for amino acid contents of fifteen carbohydrates, lignocellulosic materials, including olive milling waste water. The selected substrate were: glucose, cellobiose, saccharose, microcrystalline cellulose, tannin, phlobaphene, bark, lignocellulose residue, sugar residue from organosolv process, rice hull, irradiated rice hull, orange bagasse, alpechin (5%), alpechin (10%) and irradiated alpechin (10%). Ratios of some amino acids of nutritional significance in conventional protein sources and those induced by different lignocellulosic substrate are presented. Also, a comparison of the ratios of individual amino acids to total essential amino acids (A/E ratio) and total essential amino acids to total amino acids recovered as nitrogen (E/T ratio), together with essential amino acid chemical scores, led us to compare the quality of each carbon source used. These analyses showed that orange bagasse, alpechin (10%) and bark were the most inexpensive materials and produced the highest protein qualities.|
|Subject:||SINGLE CELL PROTEINS|
|Editor:||Soc Brasileira Microbiologia|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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